What does it mean to be a “Workaholic”? Is it about being working all the time? Is it smart work? Is it hard work? What is it? Let me try to explain. If you are doing a piece of work in 2 hours which can be done in 45 minutes, that does not make you … More Are you really a “Workaholic”?
For most of us, our life can be well described as a series of actions inter-stitched together. We wake up in the morning, get ready for school or work, finish work, come back home, talk to friends and family, go to sleep, and this goes on in cycles – 24 X 7, 365 days a … More How do we start? Almost anything.
Since quite some time, we have debated over issues to find out the best approach to hire and retain the best brains in the industry. Not just us, who are in major corporate houses and are hungry for the best talent across the world, but when it comes to small, medium and startup businesses this … More Degree vs. Skills – In the post-pandemic era.
While the world challenges us every day with new problems, and hurdles, there are so many avenues which often go un-noticed. Avenues from which we can draw inspiration, people who can teach us a thing or two, kids who can tell us that not understanding everything can be perfect, and not stupid. Our life is … More Don’t try to impress people. Do what you are best at.
As the spring semester started this year, it officially kicked off the season of fresh internships and jobs. Companies are looking for students who are not only a value based asset to the firm, but are also a center of innovation, efficiency, and productivity. I receive a lot of questions especially from the students of … More 5 things to consider while looking for a job/internship
As a child I was always told that I should ‘Dream’ big. I liked dreaming, but eventually one day I found that dreams can be fragile, and easy to re-frame and re-design. Why is dream fragile? It is because when we dream we do not write that on a piece of paper. We think everything … More Don’t just ‘Dream’, Set ‘Goals’.
Today I completed two years in the United States of America. I still remember the day when I stepped out of my home country – India. It was August 15th, 2014 and I was uncertain about how will I survive and succeed to attain the goals that I have set or myself. Believe me it … More 2 Years in the US – The Lessons I Learned
I was coming from work the other day, and interestingly found quite a few people discussing over Pokémon Go. As I child I watched a few episodes of Pokémon, and I am not a big fan of it. But when everybody talks about something common, every time you pass by them, you certainly want to see and … More The Pokemon Fad. Why is it successful?
You may have heard the word ‘Fact’ or ‘Evidence’ at various stages in your life. We often think that facts are something, which not only makes a statement strong, but also distinguishes the speaker from the rest of the crowd and demystifies all the assumptions that persists or tends to persist before the factual statement. I … More Get your facts right!